Over 29,000 buildings and more than 800,000 vehicles sanitized in 5 months

Scientology Volunteer Ministers
Scientology Volunteer Ministers

Scientology Volunteer Ministers announced today that they have now sanitized over 29,000 buildings from one-floor shelter to 35-story government buildings, and 802,428 buses, police cars, taxis, ambulances, fire engines, and army vehicles.
All at their own cost and to protect South African citizens.

Since lockdown was announced by South African President, Scientology Volunteer Ministers have worked non-stop to assist the country. From having a team of a hundred volunteers, they have now built it to a volunteer group of 350, which includes pastors and volunteers from other faiths who wanted to contribute too what is being created as well. Altogether, the combined hours of humanitarian work exceed 462,500 done since lockdown started in March.

The Scientology Volunteer Ministers now boast that municipalities and government offices are also joining in by sending people to drive the volunteers to areas they have to sanitize as they want to contribute to helping turn South Africa around, while others are being sent in to volunteer their time after being trained by the Scientology Volunteer Ministers.
The Public Affairs Director for the Scientology Volunteer Ministers, Sandile Hlayisi, says that what this humanitarian work is generating now in the community is nothing but spectacular. “The unity and solidarity that is being created with other groups, be it with government officials, municipalities, clinics, religious groups and so much more. It is really beautiful to behold.”

Starting first in Gauteng area and caring for essential services as a priority, the Scientology Volunteer Ministers have now expanded their activities in Eastern Cape, Western Cape, Kwa-Zulu Natal and North West with a few dedicated volunteers also working in Mpumalanga and Northern Cape.

Hlayisi stresses that without having studied the Volunteer Ministers technology written by L. Ron Hubbard, nothing would have been the same. He attributes the success of all this work to that.